This study determined the influence of physical health and emotional intelligence to the classroom management of secondary teachers. This study used a quantitative non-experimental design using the correlational technique with regression analysis. The respondents were composed of 226 teachers from private secondary schools within Davao del Norte through random sampling. Three adapted instruments were used to gather the data from the respondents. The tools used in analyzing the data were Mean, Pearson r, and Multiple Regression Analysis. Furthermore, the findings revealed that teachers posted a moderate level of physical health and a very high level of emotional intelligence and classroom management. Findings also revealed a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and classroom management (r-value: 0.671 and p-value: 0.001) and no significant relationship between physical health and classroom management (r-value: 0.013 and p-value: 0.850) tested at 0.05 level of significance. Further, it was found that self-awareness, social awareness, and relationship management significantly influence classroom management. With this current proposition, if teachers’ emotional intelligence in private secondary schools is high, their classroom management is also observed to be high.